'All my friends in class are hetero. This is Holmestrand. It's a farmer's town. People aren't gay here', says Viktor.
Viktor (12) is from a little town outside Oslo. Victor's older brother likes to joke about Viktor being gay. Victor doesn't think it's funny. He struggles to be more like everyone else and make friends among the boys. And how do you find a boyfriend when you're the only gay in town? Viktor loves to play handball; one day he is accused of looking at the dick of one of his teammates in the shower, and his world falls apart.
Runa (12) feels that the other girls gossip and talk behind her back, but then she starts a rock-band with four other girls. Runa loves to write gay love-songs and play the guitar. When Runa decided to be more open, her mother received an email from the principal. The school management says they need time to prepare the other pupils and want Runa to wait. But Runa needs to tell the world who she is. Then Runa falls in love.
Joachim (14) is fabulous doing makeup and gets lots of positive feedback, but he also receives hateful comments. It made Joachim very sad when his best friend turned his back on him because Joachim revealed that he had feelings for him. He comforts himself by listening to Lady Gaga, watching RuPaul's Drag race, and update his blog makeupbyjoachim. Despite having 7000 followers on Instagram, Joachim feels lonely. Then The RuPaul-show is coming to Oslo.
Dina (13) thinks it's hard to live up to unattainable beauty standards. The tiny, longhaired girls in the class, and herself, the big "lesbian." She becomes more and more depressed but decides to focus on her strong, warm group of friends who loves Dina just the way she is. Dina's story portrays how important a strong community of girls supporting each other turns out to be.